Tyler Rumph works at the intersection of law and technology, assisting with investigations, government subpoenas and e-discovery. His thorough, efficient approach reduces client costs at the points of document collection, review and production. Tyler has deep experience working directly with clients on e-discovery projects. Whether the matter involves a U.S. SEC insider trading investigation or a DOJ investigation into advertising bidding practices, he draws on more than 10 years of e-discovery experience and industry contacts to solve problems and create reliable, defensible processes. Earlier in his career, Tyler worked as a document review attorney and project manager.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D.)